Yes it?s true. Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman?s daughter Isabelle Cruise is officially married now. The couple exchanged vows last month during an intimate ceremony at the Dorchester Hotel in London.
The 22-year old and the British I.T. consultant exchanged vows in front of a small group of close friends on Sept. 18, reports People.
Isabella and Parker wanted the romantic affair to be so low-key and private that they decided against inviting her A-list celebrity parents. Isabella’s younger brother, Connor, was also reportedly absent from the nuptials, the report further stated.
Bella, a practicing Scientologist who recently graduated from a hair and make-up course, asked four fellow graduates from the prestigious Vidal Sassoon Academy to be her bridesmaids stated Fox News.
She wore a sleeved, thigh-length lace dress while her bridesmaids wore pale pink jumpsuits. Parker, a British IT consultant, had five groomsmen, two of which were Scientologists.
Bella has already changed her name to Isabella Parker.
Despite rumours he was snubbed by 22-year-old Bella, TMZ reports that neither of the newlywed’s parents were invited to the nuptials in September.
?We’re told Tom was not only cool with the decision, he footed the bill for the wedding and party at the fancy schmancy Dorchester hotel [in London],? TMZ?reports.
?Some media reports suggest Tom stayed away because Max is not a Scientologist. We’re told that was never an issue. We’re told Tom and Max get along well … Max and Bella spent Thanksgiving and XMAS with Tom.?
Bella and 20-year-old Connor were adopted in 1992 and 1995 respectively by Nicole Kidman and Cruise, her former husband. The pair divorce in 2001 and both Connor and Bella stayed living with Cruise.
Kidman recently told DuJour magazine she keeps in regular contact with her children with Cruise. ?I have four children, so to stay in touch with them it’s very important,” said Kidman, 48, who shares daughters Sunday, 7, and Faith, 4, with second husband Keith Urban. “I’m definitely engaged in [texting] but I don’t let it rule my life,? the report further stated.